PS: Yes-You will see enclosed autoracks from Mexico as well as the ones from Canadian and U.S.
railroads. Ferromex and FNM are two other Mexican railroads that you will see autoracks from.
What makes enclosed autorack trains even more fascinating is the fallen flags and older color
schemes that are still out there in regular operation. Conrail and Southern Pacific in maroon,
Burlington Northern green, Grand Trunk blue and CNW yellow are examples of what is out there.
The most common autoracks are from UP-using two different slogans at times: "Building America"
and "We Will Deliver" along with all of the other Class One railroads. The most obscure railroad to
have autoracks is perhaps the Providence & Worcester from New England.
TTX is the owner and lessor - which is owned by member railroads - and are operated in a large
pool all over North America which is what makes them interesting to watch. Auto racks can be a
good car to model with so many choices of roadnames and color schemes to choose from.